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How to grow a large gaming channel.

Discussion in 'YouTube Video Marketing, Strategy & SEO' started by uberdanger, Oct 17, 2013.

  1. kwanZV
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    I already agree with your comments even before I started YT - I'm not a big fan of let's plays unless there's something engaging about a particular game. I'm striving to record gameplay and videos which I think I would want to watch, whilst being genuine and not overdramatising everything.

    I''m pretty passionate about gaming so in my mind, I want to create discussion videos, my personal thoughts on a particular franchise etc, my favourite games, to me that is infinitely more engaging than watching a random LP.

    Time will tell if it works, but at this moment in time, I'm really enjoying creating videos and don't feel like its a chore.
     
  2. AntonBro
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    Damn this guy has 1.000.000 subs and still posts here... my respect!
     
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    im going to send this to my friend hes been trying for months
     
  4. GoldSnoopy
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    Question! Is it better to have the channel focused around one specific game? An example would be a channel that only uploads league of legends videos, would it be a good idea to mix a channel focused on league of legends with counter strike videos and vlogs or should I just keep it to one game on the channel? Thanks!
     

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